registrant

noun
reg·​is·​trant | \ ˈre-jə-strənt How to pronounce registrant (audio) \

Definition of registrant

: one that registers or is registered

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The cost of preparing and filing each registration would amount to $15.63 to $30.80, with a collective $2.3 million to $2.6 million for all registrants, according to the notification, posted Wednesday. Ethan Baron, The Mercury News, "H-1B visa: Federal government plans fee for new registration process," 6 Sep. 2019 The latest registrant was John Collins of FS Vector, a lobbying and regulatory compliance firm in Washington. Joe Lightbloomberg, Los Angeles Times, "Cryptocurrency lobby fights to contain backlash from Facebook’s Libra," 28 Aug. 2019 The race -- drawing registrants from 33 countries and 45 US states -- would have had participants swimming 1,500 meters in the Hudson River before cycling 40 kilometers and running 10 kilometers in Manhattan. Jason Hanna, CNN, "The New York City Triathlon has been canceled because of the heat," 19 July 2019 Meanwhile, Black Men in White Coats has grown to include a podcast and summit whose inaugural meeting in February -- Black History Month -- drew over 1,800 registrants. Dallas News, "North Texas doctor's diversity mission: More 'Black Men in White Coats'," 16 July 2019 Moreover, registrants who attend tonight’s Foo Fighters/Weezer concert, for which a separate wristband is issued, can also go to Thursday’s Cisco Live keynote address at the San Diego Convention Center. San Diego Union-Tribune, "How much would you pay to see Foo Fighters and Weezer at Petco Park tonight?," 12 June 2019 As the event approaches, more information about the day will be distributed to registrants. Kyle Brown, Cincinnati.com, "FC Cincinnati to host first Fan Fest Aug. 4 at Nippert Stadium," 9 July 2019 The Copyright Office hopes to have a pilot of a digital recordation process available to a small sample of registrants in the early spring 2020, which will provide feedback to make the system more effective for its wide rollout. Ed Christman, Billboard, "House Judiciary Hearing on Copyright Office Reviews Music Modernization Act, Black Box Royalty Concerns," 26 June 2019 Three areas near San Diego State University’s campus had a combined total of 600 registrants. Lauryn Schroeder, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Interactive map shows where San Diego County's new voters are — by city, by precinct, by district, by party," 16 May 2018

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1868, in the meaning defined above

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registrant

noun
reg·​is·​trant | \ ˈre-jə-strənt How to pronounce registrant (audio) \

Legal Definition of registrant

: a person who registers or is registered

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